Betsan Powys in a post that deals with Labour MPs reaction to yesterday's meeting with Rhodri Morgan and football adds :
A ring-around of constituency Chairs today (and more on that to come) suggests so far that the majority could just about stomach the inedible deal if they had to ... unless the unpalatable scrapes itself from the floor and puts itself back on the menu of course. Surely one course too many even to contemplate. Surely?
Her colleague Vaughan Roderick makes a similar hint in a post about the future prospects of Mike German:
(Translated) There would be little sympathy from the other parties who blame the Liberal Democrats for making a mess of the process of forming a government but is there anything that the party itself could do to avoid becoming a peripheral opposition for another four years?
It isn't possible. No. I refuse even to contemplate it. It could never happen.
But what if Mike lifted the phone and called Rhodri?
Very subtle hints, indeed. If only one of these journalists had dropped the hint I would have said that it was just a bit of teasing, but for both to drop the same hint within minutes of each other, makes me wonder if they have actually heard rumors that they are treating with caution at the moment.
I am not the only one to have picked up on the BBC's hints Ceredig seems to have drawn a similar conclusion